|Fragment from ''The Big Beat''|
From circa 1959, this is a fragment from an episode of "The Big Beat", a New York City local program that aired on WNEW. The existing fragment begins and ends very abruptly. This particular episode was hosted by a nervous Bobby Darin, and includes segments of teens dancing to records, contestants for a beauty contest, and commercials. If you decide to upload this to another website, I request that you make it clear that this is only a fragment and not a complete episode...
Keywords: Classic TV; Television; Dancing; Rock and roll; The Big Beat; Bobby Darin; Local television; Partially lost film
|Colgate Comedy Hour: S6E1, Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis host|
(DVD Quality) Aired: September 18, 1955 Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis host the season premiere of the series now titled The Colgate Variety Hour. The show opens with Martin as Hal April, the host of The $64,000,000 Question. Lewis plays returning champ Morty M.M. Morton who, against his will, is risking his winnings for more cash. Once he survives a ridiculously hard question in the isolation booth, he's ready for the $64,000,000 question...
Keywords: Colgate Comedy Hour; Dean Martin; Jerry Lewis; Freddie Bell; Freddie Bell and the Bellhops; pool hall; boxer; rock and roll; funny; family; old time radio; Classic TV; 1955
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|''The Adventures of Ozzie and Hariet'' - Ricky's Big Night|
An episode of "The Adventures of Ozzie and Harriet". This episode focuses on the character of Ricky Nelson, who is played by Ricky Nelson. Also featured quite a bit is the character of David Nelson, played by David Nelson.
Keywords: Classic TV; Television; 1950s; 50s; Fifties; Ricky Nelson; David Nelson; Rock and roll; Rock'n'roll; Ozzie and Harriet; The Adventures of Ozzie and Harriet
|Fragment from ''Studio Party''|
A fragment from an episode of "Studio Party", a local (in New York City) series from circa 1958 aimed at teenagers, hosted by Herb Sheldon. Broadcast on WABD (Channel 5). Note: If you intend to upload this to YouTube, I request that you make it clear to viewers that this is only a fragment and not a complete program. The original broadcast was probably 60 minutes. Segments in this fragment include teenagers dancing, and a interview with an athlete, along with two commercials and a promotional sp...
Keywords: Classic TV; Television; Partially lost film; WABD; Local television; New York City; Herb Sheldon; 1950s; 50s; Live television; Rock and roll
Downloads: 503 (1 review)